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What are the differences between Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Dynamics AX?

Both Microsoft Dynamics 365 and AX are all-in-one solutions that automate business processes such as production, logistics, finance and HR. Dynamics 365 is the modern version of AX and differs in terms of infrastructure, integration possibilities, licence usage, scalability and maintenance. The most significant difference between Dynamics 365 and AX is that the former is a cloud-based solution accessible via the internet. Dynamics AX is a desktop application mainly managed on-premise. That means that it’s available locally on physical servers rather than in the cloud.

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How often can I expect Microsoft Dynamics 365 to be updated?

Microsoft is always improving and adding functionalities to Microsoft Dynamics 365. Twice a year the company releases updates in “waves”, in which all those improvements become available to the users. Administrators may have access to new functionalities earlier to try them out in a test environment. That’s important, as updates sometimes have a significant impact on the user experience.

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Can I be GDPR compliant with Microsoft Dynamics 365?

As of May 2018, Europe has stricter privacy legislation. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) stipulates that you may only process personal data on six principles based on consent or necessity. Furthermore, individuals whose data you process now have more privacy rights. Microsoft Dynamics 365 is fully GDPR compliant and offers an optimal balance between data protection and ease of use.

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What is Microsoft Dynamics 365 and what does it offer?

Microsoft Dynamics 365 is a cloud platform in which all essential business processes are integrated and automated. From your finances and operations to your marketing, sales and customer service. Because all your business information comes together in one place, you’re able to gain insights and make better data-driven decisions. Dynamics 365 also works with smart technology that connects devices and machines, enabling you to detect problems and carry out preventive maintenance.

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Cloud

Why should I upgrade to the cloud?

Where to start? There are many reasons to switch to the cloud. Currently, 78% of companies with 250+ employees work in the cloud, and that number is rising rapidly. And with good reason, because the cloud makes them more flexible, scalable and productive.

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How do you ensure that my data in the cloud is safe?

In the past, company networks ran in-house and on physical servers. Nowadays, there’s the cloud with infrastructure, platform and software services accessible via the internet. While this is convenient, it also creates new digital threats: malware, hackers and ransomware. Microsoft invests heavily – more than €1 billion – in the physical security of their data centres and digital security and research. A team of 3,500 cybersecurity experts do everything in their power to secure your company data in the Microsoft cloud.

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What is Microsoft Azure?

Microsoft Azure is a combination of infrastructure, a platform and software in the (public) cloud. Microsoft owns all hardware, software and infrastructure, but you can use the servers, virtual machines, storage, networking and computing power of the Microsoft Cloud. You can effortlessly increase or decrease the desired capacity, and you can link a public cloud to your private cloud or other IT solutions.

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Other

How does Power BI work and what can I achieve with it?

Power BI brings together data from different sources, giving you new and in-depth insights into, for example, customer satisfaction, repair times or marketing campaigns. It allows you to make data visual by processing it into interactive reports and real-time dashboards that can easily be shared. Thanks to Power BI, business data can add value, and you no longer have to make decisions based on outdated figures or gut feeling.

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What is the Microsoft Power Platform and what can it do?

Microsoft’s Power Platform consists of four low- and no-code tools, which allow you to build business applications. With Power Apps, Power Automate, Power BI and Power Virtual Agents, you’re able to create apps, automated workflows, reports and chatbots quickly and without extensive technical knowledge. It’s possible to link your business applications to Microsoft solutions and other systems. This way, the Power Platform makes you more flexible, innovative and less dependent on your IT department or external providers.

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What is the Internet of Things (IoT) and what does it do?

IoT is the abbreviation for the Internet of Things: any device or ‘thing’ connected to the internet. By applying IoT, you gain insight into bottlenecks that hinder the production process, and you can adjust and standardize production lines based on data. Furthermore, IoT enables you to monitor your machines’ operation remotely and carry out preventive maintenance. The fact that all kinds of data sources are connected provides interesting insights, which can improve efficiency and reduce your use of resources.

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